The International Studio: Volume XLV, Number 179, January, 1912- Volume XLVI, Number 184, June, 1912
Publisher: John Lane Company
Date Published: 1912
Edition: Six issues bound in one volume
Book Id: 32937
Quarto [29 cm] Plain tan cloth covered boards. Fair. Ex-library. The spine and covers are soiled and stained. Spine slant. There are multiple 1 inch splits in the cloth at the ends of the spine, and along the joints. The underlying boards are exposed at the corners. The endsheets are split along the hinges, and the underlying cords are visible. There are 5 or 6 ink stamps on the endsheets. The pages are tanned, and have very occasional light soiling. There are a four library stamps in the text. A tear in one of the pages, measuring 4 and 1/2 inches long, has been covered with tape. The text block is cracked at the center. There may be a few small closed tears in the page edges.
Subjects include French Art in America, Isodore Konti, Tapestries at the Metropolitan Museum, Felix Ziem, Distintive Bindings, New School of Colour-Printing, and more.